James Glimm may have just solved one of the most complex problems in mathematics—but his life’s work might be able to teach us the secret of living well.
I went to a rave hosted by the Milady NFT project and met its enigmatic creator. I came away from it fearing the human cost of our internet-obsessed culture.
Stanford dismantled its famously spontaneous campus life. The cost may be what made it great: cultivating free, independent agency in its students.
I went to New York to learn about NFTs and their subculture. I found a vision for society that seems all too familiar.